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    notary sojac Herb ԿԬ's Avatar
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    January 18th, 2005
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    Exclamation When a cookie is worth less . . .
    " . . . we will also be passing data to Linkshare to indicate when a cookie is set during the checkout process. Our reporting has shown an increasing number of cookies being set at the very end of the checkout process where it's clear there is minimal influence on the customers buying decisions. In these instances, the referring affiliate will still be credited with the sale but at a reduced commission rate. "

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    Member Prosperent's Avatar
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    Sounds like a way to hit coupon sites.

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    Beachy Bill's Avatar
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    Bad if you run a coupon site. Good if you run a content site. Unless they mean "only" the last referrer will be credited - and at the reduced commission level. Then the original referrer loses out entirely. Not good.
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    ABW Ambassador Bob Lawrence's Avatar
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    That's the way I read it also Bill, the first affiliate looses out entirely. And the last affiliate at / during check out gets a reduced %.
    Where's the Great Life of Affiliate Marketing Hiding?

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    January 4th, 2006
    This makes no sense.

    If they are targeting coupon sites, after "reducing" the last referrer's commission, should somebody get the remaining commission?

    There is no reason for them to reduce every commission from "cookies being set at the very end of the checkout process".

    Very confusing wording.

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